11.11.2013

BLACK TEA RINSE FOR HAIR GROWTH | TIPS FOR HEALTHY AND STRONG NATURAL AFRO HAIR

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I'm constantly looking for tips about natural curly hair care and yesterday I found a pretty good one. I'm talking about tea rinse

I found out that tea rinse helps decrease the hair shedding, promotes hair growth, softens and helps hair manageability.

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HOW TO DO A TEA RINSE:

All you have to do is boil some water, add 1 or 2 tea bags and let it steep for 5-10 minutes. 
After the tea is ready, pour the tea directly on your hair after you've conditioned you hair. 
To help your application, you could possibly use a spray bottle or an applicator to avoid mess and be more precise.

Once you finish applying the tea on your entire head, what I would suggest is to use the tea as a leave-in and go ahead in styling your hair as you prefer.

I did notice shinier and softer hair so I will definitely use this technique more often.

Did you ever tried a tea rinse? Was it helpful?

45 comments

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  2. great post.
    tea rinse made my hair very soft and help reduce the shedding.

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    1. You`re totally right! Now that I know this tip, I`ll use it as much as I can! :)

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  3. I used to rinse my hair with camomile tea. It does good job, especially for blondes.

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  4. I am definitely going to give this a try! Thanks for sharing.


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    1. You should try it! It`s chip and really helpful! :)

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  9. I never tried this! I just wonder what kind of tea do you used!? XO

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    1. Usually black or green tea for dark hair and camomille one for blonde ones! xx

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  10. Your hair is gorgeous ! I wish I could do that with mine.

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  11. Great post! I never tried this but I want to.

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  14. Have a lovely day doll!
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  15. This sounds like a lovely idea! x

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  20. Can you use any kind of tea? thanks for sharing.
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    1. Preferably black or green tea for dark hair and camomille one for blonde ones! xx
      Thanks for the comment, Diana! :)

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